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In this environment, Self-Care is its own form of Activism

By Keri | October 16, 2018

As much so as marching in the street, activating one’s own passions, truth, strengths and talents in the world is a form of activism.

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This is Progress Too

By Keri | September 28, 2018

By so many measures, it feels like we are going backwards. I’ve even said so myself. But let’s look again.

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How to be The Light as the World Grows Increasingly Dark

By Keri | July 14, 2018

As rights and equal opportunities roll back like rugs in a defunct business, our world grows increasingly darker. We must all hold the light of truth, of love, of compassion, as steady as we can every single day.

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A Picture of Embodied Courage.

By Keri | July 9, 2018

When you think of the word “courage,” what pictures comes to your mind? Do you think of a warrior? A soldier? A police officer? For me personally, (with no disrespect intended toward those folks) the word courage conjures up a different group of people, a group that includes single parents, female executives, small business owners,…

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We Did Not Come Here to be Agreeable

By Keri | June 4, 2018

For just the few minutes that it takes to read (or skim, as the case may be) this article, forget everything you’ve ever been told or come to believe about how and why humans are here. Not just here on this planet, but in this body, and at this particular point in time. For just…

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Yes, You Have Imposter Syndrome (And That’s a Good Thing)

By Keri | May 29, 2018

You’re standing at the front of an auditorium packed with people, delivering the keynote speech. Yes, there are some fresh, innovative points you’re making. And true, the way you’re delivering them is both creative and organized—the sweet spot. When you practiced in front of the mirror, you both looked and sounded confident. But now, looking…

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Freeing the Untapped Soul

By Keri | January 31, 2018

“If being crazy means living life as if it matters, then I don’t mind being completely insane.” April Wheeler, Revolutionary Road For just a few minutes, allow yourself to indulge in a flight of disembodied imagination. Imagine your soul—your essence, your spirit, your innermost reality—existing somewhere and sometime before this lifetime began. She’s not yet…

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How to be the Person your Idea is Looking For

By Keri | January 31, 2018

You might already be familiar with the story Elizabeth Gilbert frequently relates about how she passed on an idea to her friend Ann Patchett through an exchanged kiss. I was lucky enough to get to hear the story firsthand at a conference in Colorado. I can still remember the thrill of “Yes!” and the vibration…

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According to Ishmael: Rooting out Toxic Masculinity from Within our Cultural Stories

By Keri | December 5, 2017

This is a nuanced and philosophical exploration of how we come to believe what we believe about masculinity.

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A Reflection on the Promise and Limits of Compassion

By Keri | November 2, 2017

While compassion practices provide a deep sense of oneness and solidarity, no other practice or human emotion, compassion calls us to feel more deeply into the vulnerability of being human.

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